November, 2016: Three poems by Stephanie McKenzie (“The Pink Peach Tree (after Van Gogh),” “Six Paintings,” and “Heads of Peasant Women in Brabant” ) were included in the arts exhibition Imagined Worlds: Correlations Between Art & Poetry at Sacred Heart University, curated by Nathan Lewis & Jonas Zdanys. McKenzie also gave a public reading at the opening of the exhibition.
March 18, 2015: Stephanie McKenzie was invited to present her paper, “Spirituality and Art: Emily Carr and Van Gogh,” for the Henri J.M. Nouwen Lecture in Contemporary Spirituality. Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut. For more information click here.
March 19, 2015: Stephanie McKenzie read at The Poetry Institute, 847 Chapel Street, New Haven, Connecticut, 7 p.m. McKenzie was one of two featured poets for the night.
Please see http://thepoetryinstitute.com for more information.
October 14, 2014: Stephanie McKenzie gave two readings at Oklahoma City University. Travel and readings were made possible by the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council and Memorial University.
December 16, 2014: Auntie’s Bookstore. 402 W Main St., Spokane, Washington.
December 19, 2014: Modern Times Bookstore . 2919 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
December 20, 2014: Stephanie McKenzie read at “Under the Influence” (The Emerald Tablet: Creativity Salon) at 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA.
Dr. Wendy Robbins, “Our Slip Is Showing,” Dec. 6, 2013
Grenfell, Atrium, new arts and science extension
Produced by Dr. Shoshannah Ganz and Dr. Stephanie McKenzie.
Women across Canada have made some remarkable gains in recent years, with half the provinces, like Newfoundland and Labrador, now headed by a woman premier, and more women than men graduating from our universities and colleges. However, the income gap between rich and poor in Canada and the gender gap between men and women have been widening. The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report ranks Canada in 20th place in 2013, and the research organization Catalyst gives us a grade of “C.”
Dr. Wendy Robbins from UNB, Fredericton, gives a presentation entitled “Our Slip Is Showing: The Status of Women” (Dec. 6, 2013). Click here to view the recording.
Maroon and Mi’kmaq: An International Indigenous Exchange
This symposium was held in the lecture theatre of Grenfell Campus’s new Arts and Science Extension (AS2026), on Nov. 4 and Nov. 5. Click on the poster below to download the full symposium schedule.
The evening of Nov 5—when Colonel Lumsden, Chief Mi’sel Joe and Dr. Afua Cooper spoke—was live-streamed on the web.
Click here to read about Colonel Lumsden in The Western Star.
Click here to read an interview with Dr. Afua Cooper.